On 29 March Sue Webster completed a ‘PDI Double’ by winning the Open Projected Image Competition. This added to the Theme PDI Competition win that she secured two weeks earlier.
Sue’s forte is animal and natural history photography. It was this body of work that supported her position throughout year. We have seen images of birds, primates, insects, deer, and big cats. However, these were joined with portrait and still life scenes, that demonstrated Sue’s versatility. A firm favourite with our judges Sue’s images were at or near the top of the pile throughout the year – hence her success.
It is the second year in a row that Sue has won the Theme PDI Competition, retaining the ‘Valle Trophy’. Once again, in this class, Sue entered a range of images that portrayed her interpretation of the set themes.
With warmer weather approaching and the UK emerging from lockdown, we are sure that Sue will once again be out and about capturing images for the next competition year.
There are still two more trophies up for grabs this season. The first is the Natural History Competition, which takes place on 19 April. The final competition of the year is the Digital Image of the Year Competition. That will be taking place on 25 May. For this competition members enter up to three images each, from those that they have used during the current year. The ‘best on the night’, in the opinion of our guest judge, wins. This year Chris Palmer FRPS DPAGB APAGB EFIAP will be our judge.